PARIS (AP) — In a season when soccer violence has made an ugly comeback, a potential menace hangs over Wednesday's Europa Conference League final between Dutch club Feyenoord and Italy's Roma in the Albanian capital of Tirana. Up to 100,000 fans are expected to travel despite each club being allocated only 4,000 tickets for the inaugural final of the third-tier European tournament, which was designed to give smaller clubs a shot at a continental competition. Feyenoord and Roma are storied clubs
The left-back will line up for the Reds against Real Madrid in Europe’s showpiece match on Saturday.
Everton and England forward Dominic Calvert-Lewin has opened up on his mental health struggles this season, urging others to talk about their own troubles. Calvert-Lewin has endured an incredibly tough campaign, with loss of form and injury woes restricting him to just 17 Premier League matches as Everton fought for survival. After the season concluded, Calvert-Lewin has used his Instagram account to sent an emotional thank you to the Everton supporters - and lifted the lid on his own tough year. "On a personal note I have had to dig deep within myself at times this season and have endured some of the most difficult times of my career and my life to date," Calvert-Lewin wrote.